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HPE’s new partner programme

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) this week announced a new partner programme to enable customers to consume its core business as a service.

At HPE Discover 2022 in Las Vegas, the company said the new HPE Partner Ready Vantage builds upon the HPE Partner Ready programme. The program focuses on partners with as-a-service practices and aims to help them adapt and grow their businesses wherever they are on their journey, reported Channel Futures.

“We want to make it easier for partners to grow their business within us. So we need to be in keeping with the evolution of our as-a-service portfolio, our own transformation as a company, with our strategy,” said George Hope, worldwide head of partner sales, HPE.

HPE also announced several updates and enhancements. These include the HPE Pro Series, Partner Connect, and a refresh to the HPE partner portal.


CRN & HP’s Diversity A-List

CRN UK and & HP have teamed up to launch the Diversity A-List, celebrating some of the individuals who are leading voices in improving diversity in the channel.

The list shines a spotlight on individuals from resellers, MSPs, distributors and vendors who are committed to promoting and championing diversity in our industry.

They reveal their own journeys and personal experiences of working in the IT channel and how it has shaped them, while also giving their perspectives on how employers can create a fairer and more welcoming workplace for people from diverse backgrounds.


Partners report demand for data analytics

Nearly three-quarters (74 percent) of respondents in a recent AVEVA channel survey said end customers are seeking technologies that provide predictive analytics to support sustainability goals. A similar majority (76 percent) said the industrial internet of things (IIoT) and edge computing are of paramount importance for their end customers, reported IT News Africa.

AVEVA’s global channel partners reported an active focus on growing and supporting these segments as industrial enterprises rapidly seek to connect and integrate field devices. The online survey polled 108 different AVEVA partner companies including distributors, solution providers and system integrators in every major region (Asia Pacific, Latin America, North America and Europe, Middle East and Africa). The findings represented a significant opportunity for subscription growth.

“As industrial establishments begin their digital transformation journey, they will embark on digitizing and integrating their industrial sensor data – especially those that are positioned on the edge of their industrial networks,” said Kerry Grimes, head of global partners at AVEVA.


Xerox chief Visentin dies

Xerox CEO John Visentin this week passed away,

Xerox Wednesday said Visentin, who joined Xerox as vice chairman and CEO in May of 2018, passed away Tuesday “due to complications caused by an ongoing illness.” Details of the illness were not released. He was 59 years old.

CRN US reported that Steve Bandrowczak, Xerox’s president and chief operations officer since 2018, has been named interim CEO, Xerox said.

Author: Christine Horton

Publish Date: 01/07/2022 13:56

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